Question about Televison & Video
Throw the old screw end away, it will only provide you with more headaches if you use it.
Buy some coaxial connections from the store for about 3 bucks.....you cant get the wrong thing if you just bring the old end and match them up.
Cut the old cable line clean and strip about 2 inches back and install the end cap......If you dont have a "coaxial cable crimper" then get the connections that screw into the cable.....should say it on the package.....
Screw in the connector to the cable and connect it to the system and Viola good to go
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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